Casalgrande Padana's Supreme tiles recall various patterns of salt inclusions found in rocks from different global locations, including western Europe and south Asia.
Colourways include grey, dark, sand and taupe, which all mimic the aesthetic of natural rock with various tonal lines running across the surface.
The tiles have many uses – they can be installed indoors or outdoors across a range of sectors, including being specified in design schemes for luxury yachts.
Era also references the detail present in natural rock with mottled surfaces and gentle surface gradients.
The tiles share the same high level of durability as the rest of the brand's products, and can be coated with an antibacterial treatment.
The company's English Wood tiles take on the appearance of traditional wooden floorboards, mimicking the aesthetic of oak timber.
They can be laid lengthways or in intricate patterns include parquet and herringbone.
Timeless is another tile that takes on the appearance of a classic building finish – this time, polished concrete.
The tiles have a reflective patina that comes in various tones including Charcoal, Thunder, Seal, Ice and Taupe. They can be used across a range of public and private interiors.
The brand's Terrazzotech tiles take on the appearance of the classic composite flooring material terrazzo, which has been used for decorative floors for thousands of years.
The tiles' patterning runs all the way through it, meaning that the pattern cannot be worn away in areas of regular and high footfall.
Casalgrande Padana is a ceramic and stoneware tile manufacturer based in Italy.
Founded in 1960, the company now has six factories across Italy with its headquarters situated in Casalgrande.
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